Make Your Own K Cups For Kuerig

by Laura on December 27, 2011

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Many people are going to be getting Keurig coffee machines this holiday season.  And while there are coupons for the K-cups they are generally very expensive and may not include all the coffees that you would like.

There are several products on the market that allow you to skip the K-cup and make your own.  Check out the feedback and directions on each- this could be a  BIG money saver!

Solofill Reusable K-Cups For Keurig K-Cup Brewers $14.78  (They also come in larger packages).  It has 760 customer reviews and a 4 star rating.

Ekobrew Cup, Refillable K-Cup For Keurig K-Cup Brewers $12.95 (They also come in larger packages).  It has 364 customer reviews and a 4.5 star rating.

Re-use K-Cups K-Savers Stainless Steel Lid 5 Pack, for Use with Keurig Machine $14.99  There were lots of complaints on line about this being difficult and time consuming, but it is an option.

Or the less environmentally friendly solution…

DisposaKups – Disposable K-Cups for Keurig Brewers – 50 Cups, Lids, Filters – 100% Disposable for $10.99

As always Amazon prices are subject to change but if you are tired of paying for K-cup coffee these are some great alternatives!

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Lewann Rice November 16, 2011 at 3:30 pm

Also keurig has there own refillable k cup it.is reuseable also and really to use.I think it is $15 but I am not sure since I got my keurig at costco and the reuseable one came with it.

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